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Posted in: Abe to visit Russia Thursday for meeting with Putin See in context

Mr Putin is a very self-centered and cunning man. Hidden under that smile is a man with no empathy with a world of democracy. None whatsoever. I wish Abe all the best - and much strength of purpose.

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Posted in: Media struggle for balance in covering hostile Trump See in context

More Left Wing garbage and denial. The media in America is stuffed with bias and cheap hatreds, The general attack on Trump has been disgraceful and demeaning to America's masses.

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Posted in: Actress Emma Watson says revealing photo does not undermine feminism See in context

These actresses have usually never done a day;s work in their live . They know less than nothing about life yet develop Left Wing philosophies, Feminist bilge. sexism and stupidity. .

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Posted in: Mexico fumes at 'hostile' Trump immigration rules as U.S. talks loom See in context

There's a lot of hypocrisy here. Does Mexico have a problem with American citizens sneaking into Mexico to get a better life? America has thousands of Mexicans breaking into the USA, and America has had enough. It;s a fair attitude, and a legal requirement to put a stop to the mess.

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Posted in: N Korea gives Donald Trump a nuclear crisis from hell See in context

This article is a very bright analysis of the situation. America - contrary to all its detractors - is a nation trying to govern the nuclear threats from irresponsible idiots who could easily trigger a war of unimaginable dimensions and destruction. The North Korea's leader is a mentally unstable fruitcake, who only prances about on the world stage because big boy China backs him. He is a cruel and stupid poser who should be in jail for the crimes against his own people. There should be more respect for America and Japan's stance against this cuckoo-land clown.

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Posted in: Dornan and Johnson go darker in 'Fifty Shades' sequel See in context

"Fifty Shades" was one big waste oif time. Maybe not money, because the public's insatiable hunger for sex drives most forms of life in most areas. But I have to say that my sexual experiences since the age of eight would put all the shades of grey in the shade.

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Posted in: A commuter's dream: Entrepreneurs race to develop flying car See in context

Flying cars have been around for many years. Naturally, many were dinosaurs at birth, but quite a few have been well-designed and fulfilled their roles well. Naturally as new materials and concepts drift into each year they will eventually become very practical, and be used all over the world. With this scene will come horrendous accidents and loss of life, but hey, that's what progress has been all about.

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Posted in: Abe to meet Toyota CEO; Keidanren sets up Trump task force See in context

In a caveat to my previous comment, I will state that European, and Japanese cars in particular, have shown the way forward in achieving high efficiency and practical size combined with comfort, looks and decent handling, America must forget her massive wide-road system and come to terms with the vastly different road systems of other countries. The days of the mobile juggernaut have long passed - apart from nostalgia - and Detroit, although coming to terms with thi, must accept in full the need for Japanese and European styling and technicalities.

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Posted in: Abe to meet Toyota CEO; Keidanren sets up Trump task force See in context

Do not blame Trump, or America in general for these stricter controls. America has been a dumping ground for many countries becoming in dire financial straits. The Left wing fools who have had charge for too long have allowed too , . many liberties to be taken regarding trade and immigration. Matters must change - and this is something that Mr Trump is now going to attend to.

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Posted in: Women for women: Keiko Maruyama does her part See in context

I for one out of hundreds of millions of men get tired and bored of this Feminist empowerment. Always too much emphasis on women's 'skills' and 'qualities' in the work place as though men lack them. Which gender BUILT the 'workforce?

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Posted in: China's tourism authority urges boycott of APA hotel group See in context

This whitewashing of history just cannot be allowed to stand without firm correction. Japan today is a totally different country, I have visited many times and like the place, its ambience and attitudes. The Japanese culture was very different both before and after the war, a religious -based, emperor God nightmare. All that changed and into modern times went Japan with all its economic inventiveness and skill. Although the past may be forgiven, atrocities must be admitted - but not either denied or constantly played on.

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Posted in: Obama shortens Manning's term, grants clemency to hundreds See in context

These pardons by Obama will create a lot of emotional controversy - but there's another side which differs from the partisan aspect. Deep studies have shown that after 2.5 years of prison life a definite mental deterioration commences. Often these effects become so ingrained that a reversion is almost impossible. All aspects of the crime should be taken into account so that a sadistic punishment is not too destructive.

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Posted in: 16-year-old boy arrested for killing mother See in context

Automatically the total blame is thrown at the boy, never the mother. In modern societies today women are cosseted like goddesses, while men are diminished as non-entities. It;s a syndrome I personally am sick and tired of, while women commit so many very evil crimes throughout the world. Before rushing to judgement - wait and see what the police and the court discovers about the background to the case. Murder is evil, we all know that, but there are many factors in human life which push people over the edge.

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Posted in: 3 killed, 2 injured after car falls from multi-story parking facility See in context

This incident leaves a few questions unanswered. To crash through an iron fence would need a firm pressure on the gas pedal - in reverse? So was this driverunused to an automatic car, or was this a depressed man becoming suicidal? We'll have to see what transpires.

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Posted in: Sagawa employee caught on YouTube throwing, kicking parcels See in context

This employee is a childish and spiteful 'man'. He should simply be fired. End of.

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Posted in: Japan, Indonesia to cooperate on maritime security See in context

This is good news since the announcement that Japan is to spend record amounts towards defense due to the increasing threats from certain regimes in the area. In terms of push and shove, a powerful Japan in the area will be quite a deterrent.

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Posted in: Abe, Putin end summit with little to show on isles row See in context

Of course there will be "little to show". The only aspect of life Russia is interested in is grabbing as much land as it can, Who the hell is surprised?.

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Posted in: What makes a Japanese woman think she and a guy have become lovers? See in context

When a secretary says to her boss "I've found a new position, and have to inform you". "Great", says her boss, "let's try it out!!".

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Posted in: Putin tries dog diplomacy before Japan talks over islands See in context

Yep, diplomacy can be a bitch. It's about time this dispute over the islands was sorted in an intelligent and fair way. Maybe a bit tough for the Russians - who look for fear of their great power to ease things along - but there;'s always hope.

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Posted in: Daihatsu develops new driving assistance system using stereo camera See in context

This is a remarkable advance in vehicle technology, and will probably save many lives when adopted in all forms of vehicles, from drunk drivers making mistakes to genuine miscalculations. Hats off to Japanese technicians

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Posted in: Whalers in crosshairs at IWC meeting this week See in context

That a modern and sophisticated country like Japan should allow the killing of these magnificent, intelligent creatures for "scientific reasons and purposes" is revolting and totally unnecessary. Japan should call a halt to this repulsive practice immediately.

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Posted in: Fury at debate as Trump refuses pledge to respect a Clinton win See in context

This election has been an ugly and very nasty little extension of the gender war, with Clinton mentally armed fto unleash all the female vitriolic spite that females bottle-up where men are concerned. To have this highly flawed woman as president will do America much harm - but Left Wingers have as a priority only their own political agenda, NOT the country. It's all become as sick as a parrot on meths.

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Posted in: Toyota, Suzuki tying up in technology, ecology See in context

These two highly successful giants will make a formidable team. I await the results of this marriage with great interest

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Posted in: Disabled woman yelled at for using train’s priority seat, 'not looking like a handicapped person' See in context

We get a lot of this abuse in England, where the women are so stuffed with self-importance only their own needs are paramount. The gender competition has become rather ugly, and there will be no going back.

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Posted in: Samurai sword in new Japan Self-Defense Force emblem causing controversy See in context

If there's one thing I cannot stand it's "Political Correctness, the cowards cop-out. Reality is often tough to take, sweet dreams come from a different planet.

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Posted in: Explosive seniors who erupt in murderous rages See in context

So, are all elderly people subject to these rages? Human life is a matter of horses for courses - there are youngsters who commit violence, adults who steal from employers, men and women commit sexual assaults, and there are many homeless people around this world who crack-up and commit pathetic crimes in order to have a stay in prison. It's no use picking om one section of a community in order to make a 'story'. The results can be out of proportion to the realism of human life.

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Posted in: Obama, on Midway, warns against global warming's impact See in context

Well well. Mr Obama warns about the effects of global warming, Like all Socialists he's not the most original thinker outside the box. I think I'll shut the box.

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Posted in: Japan spots 230 Chinese fishing boats off disputed isles See in context

Both China and Russia are big - which means in their insensitive brains they rule the jungle. What they want they must have. Bully tactics prevail. This human race is becoming very tedious to me.

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Posted in: Skydiver becomes first person to jump and land without chute See in context

I have a lot of respect for this guy - even if his jump appeared a bit irresponsible trying it while having a wife and child watching.It took guts and self-belief.. Many congratulations.

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Posted in: Liar. Lock her up. Shoot her. GOP denounces Clinton See in context

I have to state that Clinton must be among the last women in America to be voted in as President. Her private life has been shown publicly to be one of a very low moral standard - so high-sounding lectures about America's needs sound shrill and hollow. She HAS lied, publicly and openly. Where did she get the gall to hope to become president? A massive ego-trip?

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